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Touch Rugby

6 years ago By Phil Sutcliffe

Touch Rugby at Broughton Park 2nd May @ 6.45pm - 7pm start <br> Age: 16+ Gender: Mixed

No experience neccessary!!!

Keep fit and have some fun!!!
If interested please contact Jason Duffy


Played in a fun and social atmosphere, without any of the tackling you see in a traditional game of Rugby

If you want to mix up the teams with boys and girls, play just for fun or want a more competitive game that's fine. There will be a variety of different games so there's bound to be one that suits you whether you are new to the sport or a seasoned pro.

Come along as an individual or bring a group of your friends or work mate and join in the fun!


Basic Rules

Non-contact, removing elements such as scrums, rucks, mauls, lineouts and kicks
Tackles are replaced by touches
Touch rugby is often played informally
One common variation is that a fair touch must be below the waist
Very little equipment is required to play
The southern hemisphere hugely supports touch, which is no surprise as its roots can be traced back to Australia in the 1960s where it was used as a warm-up game for full 15-a-side rugby.

In England, the popularity of touch has grown rapidly and is now played by more than 15,000 adults across the country.

The game is very simple: all you need is a rugby ball, a space to play and a group of friends. Teams are normally six-a-side and can be of all abilities and ages.

This fast, simple and exciting game promotes the fundamental skills of running, handling, evasion and support play, while developing basic principles of attack and defence, without the fear of getting hurt.

Where next?

Super Sub Connor Mitchell Kicks Park to Victory! Northwich 7 v Broughton Park 10 Super Sub Connor Mitchell came off the bench to convert JB's try and then kick the penalty that gave park Victory.
Broughton Park 16 v Anselmians 10 Despite Park's dominance, the home team were made to work extremely hard for the vital victory. Tries by Brown and O'Donnell give Park the vital win.


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